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Presentation on application of the Lifecycle Approach for designing an integrated system for sustainable waste management

Waste management is a critical issue in urban areas due to increases in its daily generation and the shortage of natural resources. The conventional approach of ‘collection and...

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English
September 2013 Topics:

Waste management is a critical issue in urban areas due to increases in its daily generation and the shortage of natural resources. The conventional approach of ‘collection and...

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Conference Proceeding
English
September 2013 Topics:

Due to a rapid increase in waste generation in Asia, recycling businesses are increasing their already significant contribution to sustainable solid waste management. At the same...

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Theng Lee Chong
Li Jinhui
Piya
WANPEN
Prasad
MODAK
Commissioned Report
English
September 2013 Topics:
GHG calculator for solid waste ver. II-2013

This simulation provides a simple spreadsheet model for calculating greenhouse gas (GHG) emission from all the existing waste management practices (transportation, mix waste...

Data/Tool
English
September 2013 Topics:

Climate-change issues have been identified as a serious environmental consideration in policy agendas and also in the waste sector, greenhouse gas emissions have been recognised as...

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Non Peer-reviewed Article
English
August 2013 Topics:

Exploring Reduction in the 3Rs: Improving Resource Efficiency in Asia and the Pacific

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Presentation
English
July 2013 Topics:

Beyond Recycling: Materials Management for a Carbon Constrained World

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English
July 2013 Topics:

This is an abstract of the APN funded project on CBA2010-01CMY-Sang-Arun-Promoting sustainable use of waste biomass in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Thailand: Combining food security, bio-...

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Conference Proceeding
English
July 2013 Topics:
Municipal solid waste management in developing Asian countries - 1

This presentation provides overview of municipal solid waste management in developing Asian countries. The content includes waste generation, collection, disposal and the 3R...

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English
July 2013 Topics:

IGES's recent collaborative activities on the 3Rs in Malaysia Development of Food Waste Management Strategy in Malaysia

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English
July 2013 Topics:
Municipal solid waste management in developing Asian countries - 2

This presentation provides examples of recycling and integrated waste management in developing countries. Benefits of the 3Rs and integrated waste management on climate change...

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Presentation
English
July 2013 Topics:
In Challenges

Informal recycling of electronics in the developing world has emerged as a new global environmental concern. The primary approach to address this problem has been command-and-...

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Eric
WILLIAMS
Ramzy
KAHHAT
Peer-reviewed Article
English
July 2013 Topics:
Presentation on CBA2010-01CMY-Sang-Arun-Promoting sustainable use of waste biomass in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Thailand: Combining food security, bio-energy and climate protection benefits

Summary of an APN funded project, CBA2010-01CMY-Sang-Arun-Promoting sustainable use of waste biomass in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Thailand: Combining food security, bio-energy and...

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Presentation
English
July 2013 Topics:
Building capacities of local governments to reduce greenhouse gas emission from municipal solid waste management in Thailand

This presentation introduces IGES activities on building capacity of local governments on reducing greenhouse gas emission from municipal solid waste management including...

Presentation
English
June 2013 Topics:
In Waste Management & Research

Landfilling is the most common and cost-effective waste disposal method, and it is widely applied throughout the world. In developing countries in Asia there is currently a trend...

Peer-reviewed Article
English
April 2013 Topics:
Hazardous Waste Management

The basic qualitative indicator Hazardous Waste refers to the existence of regulations controlling hazardous waste. The presence of regulations themselves should also promote...

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Michikazu Kojima
Agamuthu Pariatamby
Issue Brief
English
March 2013 Topics:

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